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iPhone: There’s already a glut of to-do list apps available on iOS, but Listacular is a new entrant into the fold that brings a beautiful interface, Dropbox syncing, and collaborative list editing to the table, and it’s definitely worth a look.
Changing up your wallpaper on a regular basis is a fun way to personalise your desktop, and there’s no way to make it more personal than to use your own photos. You could download your photos manually and set up a rotating wallpaper based on those photos, but why do it manually when you can automate it? Here’s how.
The cloud storage wars are heating up and there are a lot of reasons to look at the alternatives. One big question is: “Which service is the fastest at syncing files?” Unsurprisingly, that title goes to reigning incumbent, Dropbox.
Mac: One difficulty with cloud storage is that you actually have to remember to save your files to the relevant location. Quicksand is an app that automatically saves every file you open to your cloud storage drive so you don’t have to remember.
Dropbox is unquestionably one of Lifehacker’s favourite file syncing solutions, and ‘Dropbox-like’ is often used as a shorthand description for any kind of solution for ensuring easy file access and backup across multiple devices. However, despite Dropbox’s own push into business markets, IT departments aren’t always happy with how Dropbox meshes into company security policies. That’s a gap that EMC-owned Syncplicity is hoping to fill.
Our favourite file syncing service Dropbox has rebranded its business-focused service. Formerly known as Dropbox for Teams, the service has been renamed as Dropbox for Business. It’s also adding a very handy feature: single sign-on so you can use your main network credentials rather than a separate account.
Managing and saving your podcasts is already a simple process, but Podcast Gallery is a web app that makes it even easier. It allows you to save your favourite episodes directly to Google Drive or Dropbox.